Product DescriptionAllen & Heath ICE-16D USB Recorder and 16-Input/16-Output Audio Interface NEW! FREE 2-DAY DELIVERY!!! AUTHORIZED DEALER!!!
- Records 16 tracks simultaneously to a USB flash drive
- WAV files up to 48kHz/24-bit resolution
- Doubles as a computer audio interface
- Daisy-chain to double the connectivity
- FireWire 400 and USB 2.0 ports, 1/4-inch and 1/8-inch mono headphone outputs
Allen & Heath's ICE-16D USB Recorder and 16-Input/16-Output Audio Interface can record 16 tracks simultaneously to a USB flash drive. Simply plug outputs from an analog mixer (direct outs, inserts, aux bus, etc.) into the 2 D-Sub inputs, insert a flash drive and press record. No computer required. The ICE-16D records WAV files at resolutions up to 48kHz/24-bit. Drop them into any DAW and you're ready to mix. The ICE-16D has functionality beyond live recording. With rear panel FireWire 400 and USB-B ports, it also functions as an audio interface, compatible with Mac and PC. It also has 16 outputs on 2 D-Sub connectors for full routing capability. The front panel of the ICE-16D features 16 Monitor Select buttons, which allow you to isolate channels through the mono headphones bus. You can choose to listen to channels from the input section or output section. The front panel has 1/4-inch and 1/8-inch mono headphone outputs with a globally adjustable level. Additionally, the ICE-16D features transport buttons for playback control of audio recorded to its front panel USB-A flash drive input. Allen & Heath is known for building high quality mixers for the last 40-plus years. At any time of day or night, across the globe, there is an Allen & Heath mixer out there working hard, sounding great and making life a little easier for the person at the controls. Back in the early 1970s, Allen & Heath hand-built consoles in a tiny factory in London for elite bands like Pink Floyd and The Who. These days Allen & Heath customers are spread across almost every environment imaginable, including touring, theatres, churches, nightclubs, TV and radio stations, recording studios and countless other places where great sound matters.